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Bid Request Id: 4556
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Posted by: only1raj (12 ratings)
(Software buyer rating 10)
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Approved on: Nov 5, 2001
3:41:33 PM EDT
Bidding Closes: Dec 27, 2001
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Project Type: Personal Project / Homework Help
Bidding Type: Open Auction
Categories: C++ / C
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Description:
1.Write a design document using MS-Word word processor to describe your key design approach:
2.Submit the electronic copy of your project in a CD-ROM/floppy. You MUST include ALL the files related to the software (source code, project
files, readme files, design document and executable files). You must give instructions on how the software should be installed/run (and on
what environment) in a readme.txt file.

Project Description



You may choose to implement your programs eighter in UNIX or Windows (NT/2000) environment.

1.(30 points) Implement a C or C++ program that takes two command line arguments, double values A and B, computes and outputs
1.How many iterations of A = sin(A + sin(B)) are required before the value of A converges to within 10-15.
2.How many iterations of A = cos(A + cos(B)) are required before the value of A converges to within 10-15.
3.a line stating which of the two equations took fewer iterations to converge.

you are required to invoke two child processes to solve this problem:

4.one child to calculate (but not print) the number of iterations that the sin formula takes. And then sends that result to the other child
process,
5.the other child to calculate and print the number of iterations that the cos formula takes, and receive the result from the first child
process, print it, and compare the two values.

(So the parent process ends up doing very little, other than settings things up, spawning the child processes, and waiting for them to die.)

Use fork to spawn the child processes. You are free to choose the means of communication to pass that value from the first child to the second child.

this is not the whole project....there are 3 more steps or instruction to it....i was not able to paste everything on here....so be aware there is more then one instruction









Deliverables:
complete work and exactly what is being ask to be done....nothin less.. also if applicable there might be a need to answer few question about the project

Special Conditions / Other:
coders must complete the work in no more then 2 1/2 weeks....bid is open to all....n please respond if you fully understand what is being asked to do.. and how much your are willing to be paid


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fishconsulting
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in Brighton, Massachusetts
United States
Bid id: 66,390
 
$5 (USD) Dec 7, 2001
2:34:41 PM EDT
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